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Royal Gazette officially announces seven new Ministers in Thai Cabinet

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Bangkok- The Royal Gazette has published an announcement today stating seven new ministers appointed to the Thai cabinet under the government of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-Ocha, effective after they take the oath of office before...

Thailand’s pro-democracy overnight protest in Bangkok pushes for more pressure on democratic reform measures

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National - The massive gathering of pro-democracy activists nationwide has drawn national and international attention yesterday, September 19, claiming to be the biggest anti-government demonstration yet in Bangkok after Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O'Cha took power...

Pro-Democracy protests continue for the fourth day in Pattaya

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Pattaya- Pattaya continued a fourth day of pro-democracy protests yesterday (October 20th) following larger protests in Bangkok. A group of protesters first gathered in front of the Pattaya City Hall in the afternoon. The Pattaya News...

Prayut being put at risk to potentially step down as Thailand’s Prime Minister due...

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Bangkok - The Constitutional Court will deliver a verdict against Prayut Chan-O'Cha and his eligibility as the Prime Minister of Thailand next month, following his occupancy of an official Army residence after his retirement from...

Students across Thailand wear casual outfits to schools in protest against uniform regulations as...

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Bangkok - Some groups of students nationwide have attended their first day at school this morning, December 1, wearing casual outfits in protest against Thai school uniform regulations as a part of the pro-democracy movements...

RECAP: Pro-democracy protesters gather for first time this year to demand abolition of Thailand’s...

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Bangkok - A pro-democracy demonstration, organized by "Ratsadon" (the People's Group), was staged for the first time this year at Pathumwan intersection in the capital yesterday, February 10th, as a major response to Thailand's lèse-majesté...

“Big Joke” officially returns to Royal Thai Police as Police Advisor, appointed by Prime...

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Bangkok, Police Lieutenant General Surachate "Big Joke" Hakparn today, March 17th, has officially been appointed by the Thai Prime Minister to be positioned as Advisor of the Royal Thai Police, responsible for strategic internal duties. Prime...

Three pro-democracy protesters, Arnon, Mike and Justin, granted bail today after months of detention over...

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Bangkok - Three pro-democracy activists, Arnon Nampa, Panupong "Mike Rayong" Jadnok, and Chukiat "Justin" Saengwong, have been granted bail by the Criminal Court today, June 1st, after being detained earlier this year at Bangkok Remand...

“Car Mob” demonstrations organized nationwide in Thailand on Sunday, calling for Prime Minister resignation...

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Bangkok - Several groups of pro-democracy protesters have organized a "car mob" protest in Bangkok and other major provinces today, August 1st, to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O'Cha and his government, following,...

A Consumer Group Hits Back at Democrat MP, Warns Budget Cut on E-Cigarette Studies...

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The following is a press release/opinion. The thoughts and opinions within are their own. Sarit Sittisereechon, an owner of the Facebook page ‘Manoodkwan’ (or smoke man) expresses disappointment with Dr. Pisit Leeahtam, Democrat MP, during...
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